Curriculum for Pharmaceutical  Botany

(code:1002261)

 

Guideline

I. Course Introduction

56 classes comprise 36 for lecturing, 20 for lab practice.

Credits 8

II. Lecturing section

Lecturing and Research Section, Department of Biological Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy

III. Attribution

At the base of two curriculum of Pharmaceutical Botany and Medicinal Plant Identification Technology, curriculum of Identification of Botanical Origin of Chinese Medicine,which takes work tasks as a reference, as the form and action as orientation and adopts the teaching of integration of theory and practice,was exploited to improve students' learning interests and quality of class teaching and train students vocational abilities.

IV. Requirements

(a) the basic theory and basic knowledge

Through the study of medicinal botany, students are required to be able to accurately describe the characteristics of medicinal plants of various organs, can accurately identify common medicinal plants, accurately describe the medicinal plant internal structural features, and can accurately identify important internal structure. In addition, should be familiar with the main medicinal plant taxa of the characteristics of the chemical composition.

(b) basic skills

Accurately describe the characteristics of medicinal plants of various organs, accurately identify the common medicinal plants, accurately describe the medicinal plant internal structural features, and accurately identify the important internal structure. In addition, should be familiar with the main medicinal plant taxa of the characteristics of the chemical composition.

V. Compulsory subject

        "inorganic chemistry", "organic chemistry", "Analytical Chemistry",  "biological chromatographic chemistry", "Pharmacology"

VI. References

  1. Textbook

Charles E Allen. Textbook of Botany,  Hardpress Publishing,ISBN: 1290327378

JAME SD .MAUSET H , Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, Hardcover, 624 pages,Published September 1st 2008 by Jones & Bartlett Publishers

Huang Baokang, Pharmaceutical  Botany, 8th, ed. People’s medical publishing house Co.,LTD, 2016;

  1. Journal

Chinese herbal medicine

Chinese medicine

Chinese herbal medicine China magazine

3.  Website

www.clone-p.com、www.cams.ac.cn、www.zhb.gov.cn

VII. Course organization

Contents

Lecturing

 Class Discussion

Self-study

Lab

Introduction

1

 

 

4

Chapter 1 Plant cell and tissue

2

 

 

 

Chapter 2 Organs of the Plant Body

2

 

 

4

Chapter 3 An Overview of Medicinal plants Category

2

 

 

 

Chapter 4 The scope and practice of pharmacognosy

1

 

 

4

Chapter 5 Principles related to the commericial production,quality and standardization of natural products

2

0

0

4

Chapter 6 An overview of active compounds from natural products

2

0

0

4

Chapter 7 Morphological and microscopical examination of drugs

4

 

 

 

Chapter 8 Plants in complementary and traditional systems of medicine

4

 

 

 

Chapter 9 TCMs from fungus and plants(Roots and Rhizomes)

6

 

 

 

Chapter 10 TCMs from plants(Stems,Barks,Leaves,Flowers,Fruits,Seeds and Herbs)

6

 

 

 

Chapter 11 TCMs from Animals

2

 

 

 

Chapter 12 TCMs from Minerals

2

 

 

 

Total

36

 

 

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

1 Introduction to Plants and Botany

2 Introduction to  the Principles of Chemistry

 

PLANT  STRUCTUR 

3 Cell Structure

4 Growth and Division of the Cell

5 Tissues and the Primary Growth of  Stems

6 Leaves

7 Roots

8 Structure of Woody Plants

9 Flowers and Reproduction

 

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT

10 Photosynthesis

11 Respiration

12 Transport Processes

13 Soils and Mineral Nutrition

14 Development and Morphogenesis

15 Genesand the Genetic Basis of Metabolism and Development

 

GENETICS AND EVOLUTION

16 Genetics

17 Population Genetics and Evolution

18 Classification and Systematics

19 Kingdom Monera:Prokaryotes

20 Kingdom Myceteae:Fungi

21 Algae

22 Nonvascular Plants:Mosses,Liverworts and Hornworts

23 Vascular Plants Without Seeds

24 Seed Plants I: Gymnosperms

25 Seed Plants II: Angiosperms

 

ECOLOGY

26 Populations and Ecosystems

27 Biomes